Social design as a tool to ensure that S-L will not be...
As an international service learning program, in general, multiple organizations, cross disciplinary professors, and interdisciplinary students are required to participate and support. These organizations, professors, and students all participate with the organizational effects behind them. Therefore, “Design Thinking” was used, which transforms the problem analysis and resolution process into a very easy-to-use utility, as a review tool for the international service learning team over the past 12 years. However, in the use, the community or social system was deliberately incorporated, it was called social design in this study.
Keywords: APRCSL, Fu Jen Catholic University, international service learning, social design, cross-disciplinary, interdisciplinary.
By: ZHOU Zong Ying, CHIU Hui Ming, LIN Hui Min.
Source:7th Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Service-Learning, Singapore, June 2019